Disc 1: SET1 1. Hell in a Bucket 2. They Love Each Other 3. C.C. Rider > 4. Bird Song 5. Beat it on Down the Line > Dupree's Diamond Blues 6. Looks Like Rain > 7. Might as Well SET2 8. Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain
Disc 2: 1. Never Trust a Woman 2. Samson & Delilah > 3. Terrapin Station > 4. Drums > Space > The Wheel > Throwing Stones > 5. Not Fade Away ENCORE 6. New Orleans (1) > 7. Big Boss Man (1) > 8. Iko Iko (1)
Notes: - The Band opened - (1) with members of The Band
May 27, 2019 Subject:
speed of recording is slow
this is a great show and a great recording but the speed is off. i can tell by checking it with a tuner. could someone fix and repost this!?!?
May 5, 2017 Subject:
My first ever show
This was the show that launched me into seven years of following the Grateful Dead, after which I racked up 80 shows in countless venues. Loved it, because something in this music spoke to my spirit and I had to hear them all the time.
November 1, 2016 Subject:
I recorded this show off of the Public Radio broadcast live as it happened. The Band's set was also very good and worth listening to if you like that sort of thing. Wavy Gravy babbling before the Dead's show is mildly amusing.
I was there for the show. Front row! Made the trip from the
Boston area. The sun didn't set till like 930pm . Anyway it was a very fun time. I remember Rick Danko joining the Dead for the encores and he looked like a little kid playing with Jerry. A precious moment seeing them all together having a ball! Later on we all stayed at the airport Hilton Hotel . A great time was had by all.
September 6, 2015 Subject:
Always Liked This Show
One of the rare post '82 shows I've kept over the years. Yeah, It's not X Factor but, TLEO is one of my favorites with a very unusual triple oncore. I mixed about half the show into a fun hour starting with "Wonderland of Canada."
July 14, 2013 Subject:
Chunk of space missing
I remember recording this directly off the satellite feed at the public radio station I volunteered for back in '84. Used to have great reel-to-reel copies, but I gave them away years ago. Yeah, not the greatest Dead show ever, but I always enjoyed it.
There is a significant portion of Space missing from this copy.
Reviewer:wild white woman
October 21, 2011 Subject:
so happy to find this site was on that years tour and had this taped from soundboard played it till it snapped seems like yesterday great show cool venue despite stuffy canadians was played on a canadian radio station too with wavy gravy announcing
August 11, 2011 Subject:
Back in 84, Kingswood was way outside of Toronto - you had to pass through farmland to get there. Now the sprawl has consumed it and the town of Maple is nothing more than a suburb (with a large amusement park). Bands of the Dead's caliber don't play there anymore.
Anyways, about the show, it's really not a great performance. Nobody in the band shines in particular and there's a clear lack of oomph. The only part I recommend is the encore with the Band; The New Orleans is a lot of fun and I wish they would have brought it into the regular repertoire.
March 9, 2009 Subject:
The Dead in Wonderland. . .
First heard this one over FM radio. The broadcast also included an interview with JG -- he talked about "the hundredth monkey" -- and some archive tunes between sets: "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" was the theme. an acoustic (the only?) New speedway boogie, a beautiful Peggy-o, Satisfction was something blue, can't quite recall whst other tune?....
November 11, 2008 Subject:
Good but a tad overrated
I think if this show was not in Canada (rare) and did not have the unique encore it would be relegated to the middle of the '84 pack. This recording has a distant "big shed" sound like Alpine or Poplar Creek. I think 4/1 takes first prize in '84.